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PCA Offers BIPOC Membership Scholarships

The Pennsylvania Counseling Association is offering a limited number of membership scholarships to selected first-year professionals and student members who identify as part of the Black, Indigenous, Person of Color (BIPOC) community. This initiative is managed by the Committee for Anti-Racism and Inclusive Action (CARIA) and is financially supported by the Pennsylvania Counseling Association (PCA). The goal of this scholarship is to increase PCA membership that is representative of all counselors in the state of Pennsylvania by decreasing barriers to involvement with PCA. Please contact either Dr. Sonja Lund ( or Dr. Christina Green ( with any questions.

PCA Black, Indigenous, People of Color Membership Scholarship

Application Deadline: 3/24/2023 11:59pm


This scholarship seeks to increase PCA membership that is reflective of our larger community and to reduce financial barriers by assisting in the cost of membership. Awarded scholarships will go directly towards PCA membership costs.

Eligibility Requirements

To apply for this scholarship applicants must:

  • Not have been a recipient of the PCA BIPOC Membership Scholarship in either 2021 or 2022
  • Be a member of the Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) community
  • Be either a first-year professional or a graduate student in the field of counseling or another related field that is connected to PCA


The scholarship application can be accessed via the following link:

Please read all information and instructions at the top of the application prior to filling it out.


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